SS-Hauptscharführer Siegfried Lüngen - Führer der 6. Kompanie des SS-Freiwilligen-Panzergrenadier-Regiments 23 "Norge" / 11.SS Freiwilligen Panzergrenadier Division "Nordland" Birth: 04-08-1916 in Burg bei Magdeburg. Death: 06.08.1994 in Rosslau (Elbe).
Soldiers from the 9th SS Panzer Division Hohenstaufen and StuG III’s from Sturmgeschütz-Brigade 280 advance on the Onderlangs and the Utrechtseweg street in Arnhem, Netherlands in a mop up operation against British positions on 19 September 1944.
SS-Obergruppenführer Erich von dem Bach-Zelewski, the destroyer of Warsaw.
Rekrutierungs Plakat für die 29. Waffen-Grenadier-Division der SS (italienische Nr. 1), auch bekannt als Legione SS Italiana (Italienische SS-Legion). Sie hatte 1944/1945 eine Stärke von 15.000 Mann.
Künstler Ansichtskarte / Postkarte Mjölnir, Nürnberg, Reichsparteitag der NSDAP 1935
Men of Leibstandarte Division proudly displaying for the photographer the captured standards of Soviet units they have beaten in 1941.
Viktors Arājs (13 January 1910 – 13 January 1988) was a Latvian collaborator and Nazi SS officer, who took part in the Holocaust during the German occupation of Latvia and Belarus (then called White Russia or White Ruthenia) as the leader of the Arājs Kommando. The Arajs Kommando murdered about half of Latvia's Jews.
WWII German “Die Verbannung!” poster
Christoph Probst ( 6 November 1919, Murnau am Staffelsee – 22 February 1943, Munich) was a student of medicine and a member of the Weiße Rose resistance group. On 22 February 1943, Christoph Probst and the Scholls were tried and sentenced together at the Volksgerichtshof by judge Roland Freisler. All three were sentenced to death by guillotine. Their sentences were carried out on the very same day at Stadelheim Prison in Munich.